Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

A Professional Cloud Network Engineer implements and manages network architectures in Google Cloud. This individual may work on networking or cloud teams with architects who design cloud infrastructure. The Cloud Network Engineer uses the Google Cloud Console and/or command line interface, and leverages experience with network services, application and container networking, hybrid and multi-cloud connectivity, implementing VPCs, and security for established network architectures to ensure successful cloud implementations.

Course Objective

  • The Professional Cloud Network Engineer exam assesses your ability to:
  • Design, plan, and prototype a Google Cloud network
  • Implement Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) instances
  • Configure network services
  • Implement hybrid interconnectivity
  • Manage, monitor, and optimize network operations

Target Audience

  • IT Infrastructure Engineer/Admin
  • IT Professionals
  • Cloud Network Engineer
  • Google Cloud Platform Network Engineer
  • Network Professional
  • Network Support Engineer
  • Network Admin
  • System Engineer
  • GCP Product Pre-sales engineer

Course Pre-Requisites

  • Basic Cloud Computing Knowledge
  • Basic Networking related experience
  • Network infrastructure management
  • System server related experience.
  • Computer Networking Components
  • OSI References Model
  • TCP/IP Protocols
  • IP Addressing, VLSM
  • VPN, VPC, Load balancer
  • Firewall, NAT

Course Summary

Course Fee

৳ 15,000

Training Method


Total Modules


Course Duration

40 Hours

Total Session


Class Duration

2 Hours

Details Course Outlines - ITIL Incident Management


Designing, planning, and prototyping a Google Cloud network


Designing Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) instances


Designing a hybrid and multi-cloud network


Designing an IP addressing plan for Google Kubernetes Engine


Implementing Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) instances


Configuring network services


Implementing hybrid interconnectivity


Managing, monitoring, and optimizing network operations